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Dr. Gytis Andrulionis is a lecturer of the Institute of Public Health (Faculty of Medicine) of Vilnius University where he lectures on health law and law of medicine. Dr. G.Andrulionis has acquired his MA in law from Mykolas Romeris University in 2002 and had defended his Ph.D. thesis in law at Mykolas Romeris University in 2006; a significant part of the doctoral studies had been carried out at the Faculty of Law of the University of Neuchatel. During his career dr. G.Andrulionis has acquired a significant research experience at universities of the EU Member States (University of Bonn, University of Fribourg) and other countries (University of Toronto, International Centre for Information Systems and Audit in New Delhi), he had also served as the deputy director of the Law Institute of Lithuania. Gytis Andrulionis has accumulated a rich experience in practical application of legal knowledge. He has held positions of the vice minister of justice of the Republic of Lithuania, departmental director at the National Audit Office of Lithuania, representative of the National Audit Office of Lithuania at the Working Group on Privatization, Economic Regulation and Public Private Partnership of the International Organisation of Supreme Audit Institutions (INTOSAI), head of Vilnius Regional Biomedical Research Ethics Committee, coordinator of the working group established by the Prime Minister of the Republic of Lithuania on elaboration of the National Program against Corruption, the head of the National Consumer Protection Council, the head of the working group established by the Minister of Justice of the Republic of Lithuania on Implementation of the Strategy of Modernization of Penitentiaries, etc. The major research interests of Dr. Gytis Andrulionis relate to human rights, health law, law and ethics, anticorruption; however Dr. G.Andrulionis does possess significant experience in participation and managing interdisciplinary research projects encompassing research in economics, sociology, and health sciences.